This edition to the Blue Blood series is pretty much like the first two. This author's style of writing is very slow paced. She drags the story on and on without any big action and then there are little hints all over the story as to what the big "revelation" is. Most of the time I forget why I'm reading it. The story line is still pretty unique and that is the only reason why I continue to read the series. In this vampire collection the vamps are the casted out archangels. Yes I'm talking about the ones from the bible. Its written in a way that will make you want to know what will happen next to the Blue Blood society. Even though its mellowed out until the last 5 chapters where you get the heart racing action as readers we so desperately love.
22 January 2009
12 January 2009
I'm still on hiatus or whatever you want to call it, I'm just posting this because I got the answers today. Sorry, even though thing are looking up but I'm pretty sure it'll all go to hell soon. So until next time
How long ago did you start writing Sleepless and how did you get the idea for it?
What made you come to the decision to become an author?
Are any of your characters inspired by people you know?
If so, which ones?
Do you have anything in common with Trinity?
Is Sleepless a stand alone book or is it a series?
Which character from Sleepless was your favorite to write? Which was the most fun to write? The most difficult?
How do you get over writer’s block?
What’s the first book you remember reading?
What are some books you’d like to recommend?
What were your favorite books as a kid/teen? Favorite authors?
Is there anything else you'd like to say?